Digital Transformation in Rheumatology

Gerd Burmester. Berlin

Clinical impact of a digital behavioral therapy for fibromyalgia management: a randomized controlled trial

Stephanie Catella, San Francisco

Smartphone Assisted Patient Initiated Care Safely Reduces Outpatient Clinic Visits in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial

Bart Seppen, Amsterdam

Improving care and capacity through capturing and recording electronic patient reported outcomes with digital solutions in inflammatory arthritis

Antoni Chan, Reading

Discussion round: Quo Vadis Digital Therapeutics?

Randy Horton, Miami-Fort Lauderdale I Saemundur Oddsson, Göteborg I Thomas Hügle, Lausanne I Johannes Knitza, Erlangen I Martin Krusche, Hamburg

Presentation of the winner of the Digital Rheumatology Award: A convolutional neural network with transfer learning for automatic
Vinzenco Venerito, Bari 

Session I: Apps and Digital Therapies (DTX)

chairs: Thomas Hügle and Johannes Knitza 

The importance of user experience in the development of digital therapeutics

Marc Blanchard, Lausanne

Mobile Responsive App-A Useful Additional Tool for Data Collection in the German Pregnancy Register Rhekiss

Jutta Richter, Düsseldorf (no consent for publication)

App-enhanced therapy for patients with inflammatory arthritis – first results from a pilot study

Jan Leipe, Mannheim

Session II: Telemedicine & Wearables

chairs: Latika Gupta and Martin Krusche

Virtual and augmented reality to enhance patient communication

Philipp Klemm, Giessen

Specifity and Sensitivity of virtual video consultations

Matteo Piga, Cagliari

Overcoming barriers using telemedicine, the case for myosits

Rohit Aggarwal, Utah 

Objective measurement of physical activity and sedentary behavior using wearable devices in patients with axial spondyloarthritis

Julie Soulard, Quebec

Session III: AI & Self-Learning Systems

chairs: Jutta Richter and Thomas Hügle

Machine to differentiate between RA /PsA and PsO based on MRI data

David Simon, Erlangen

Potential of AI-based conversational agents (chatbots) 

Alexandra Lehmann, Bayreuth

Development and Validation of an Artificial Intelligence Approach for the Detection of Radiographic Sacroiliitis

Fabian Proft, Berlin


Session IV: Pitching Event

chair: Johannes Knitza